by Brad McGrath in
eSports Betting News

Another bumper week of esports is taking place in the week beginning April 3, 2023, with Rocket League, League of Legends and CS:GO taking centre stage.

Without a doubt the first major of the year in Rocket League is a must-see event, with the top 16 teams from around the globe slugging it out for a share of the USD $310,000 prize pool.

Gen.G has been installed a +450 favourite to win the RLCS Winter Split Major, which kicks off on April 6, but there are plenty of other teams fancied by punters and heavily backed at esports betting sites.

Some of the key leagues and tournaments taking place in the esports world this week include:

RLCS Winter Split Major – April 6-9

The RLCS Winter Split Major has features 16 of the best teams in the world and is heavily featured at the top esports betting sites. The tournament will only run for three days at the San Diego Convention Center, in what is expected to a full crowd. Check out our extensive RLCS Winter Split Major betting guide to get the latest odds and tournament information .

Dota 2 Dreamhack DreamLeague

The Dota 2 Dreamhack Dreamleague kicks off on April 9 and will run for a fortnight, with it an online event, featuring many of the best players in the world. Boasting $1 million in prize money, Tundra Esports is favourite for the event, paying +333 with leading betting sites.

CS:GO Paris Major RMRs and qualifiers

The CS:GO Blast.TV Paris Major is due to kick off next month and is a highlight of the esports calendar. This means regional qualifiers are well and truly getting underway and are worth keeping an eye on.

Other Counter Strike: Global Offensive matches taking place this week include qualifiers for the Dallas IEM event and the Elisa Invitational.

League of Legends LCK

On Saturday we will find out who plays T1 in the final of the League of Legends LCK event, with Gen.G playing KT Rolster. The teams are both priced at -120.48 and it is expected to be an epic contest. The final will then be played on Sunday, with T1 the favourite to win the Spring Playoffs.

League of Legends LPL

The LPL Spring is also reaching the pointy end of the season, with the quarter finals due to be played on Monday and Tuesday of this week. The final of the LPL is due to be played on April 15.

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